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Rosalind

Rosalind (f) Old German, ‘horse-serpent.’ The serpent
was symbolic of wisdom, while the horse was worshipped
as a god in ancient times. Shakespeare was fond of this
name, using it in As You Like It. He also has a Rosaline
in Romeo and Juliet and Love’s Labour’s Lost. Rosalind
has been quietly but consistently used in Scotland.

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